How Do You Spell VOCABLE?

Correct spelling for the English word "vocable" is [v_ˈəʊ_k_ə_b_əl], [vˈə͡ʊkəbə͡l], [vˈə‍ʊkəbə‍l]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for VOCABLE

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Definition of VOCABLE

  1. v[=o]'ka-bl, n. that which is sounded with the voice: a word: a name.--ns. VOCAB'[=U]LARY, a list of vocables or words explained in alphabetical order: the words of a language: a dictionary: any list of words; VOCAB'[=U]LIST, a lexicographer, the harmless drudge who compiles a dictionary.--adjs. V[=O]'CAL, having a voice: uttered or changed by the voice: (phon.) voiced, uttered with voice: having a vowel function; VOCAL'IC, containing vowels.--n. VOCALIS[=A]'TION, act of vocalising.--v.t. V[=O]'CALISE, to make vocal: to form into voice: to insert the vowel points, as in Hebrew.--v.i. to speak, sing.--ns. V[=O]'CALIST, a vocal musician, a singer; VOCAL'ITY, V[=O]'CALNESS, utterableness: vowel character.--adv. V[=O]'CALLY.--adj. VOC'ULAR (rare), vocal.--VOCAL CHORDS, two elastic membraneous folds of the larynx capable of being stretched or relaxed; VOCAL MUSIC, music produced by the human voice alone, as opposed to Instrumental music. [L. vocabulum--voc[=a]re, to call.]

Anagrams of VOCABLE

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Usage Examples for VOCABLE

  1. Accordingly, at length, the vocable Toronto is caught up by the white voyageurs, and adopted as a local proper name in the European sense: just as had been the case already with the word Canada. - "Toronto of Old" by Henry Scadding
  2. We meet with Toronto under several different forms, in the French and English documents; but the variety has evidently arisen from the attempts of men of different degrees of literary capacity and qualification, to represent, each as he best could, a native vocable which had not been long reduced to writing. - "Toronto of Old" by Henry Scadding